Flight of the Storks
At the invitation of the wealthy Swiss ornithologist Max Boehm, a young French academic, Louis Antioch, agrees to undertake a journey tracing the flight of the storks in an attempt to solve the mystery of the...more
A young man, Lois Antioche is hired by a scientist to follow the seasonal flight routes of storks. at first it seamed like his dream job, traveling around and not doing much really. with but his dream job turns to nightmare quickly. with his employers' sudden death, he is drawn to dark world of smugglers and illegal organ harvesters. and Lois has some past demons to deal with too
This was my first ever Thriller and I must say it was the best choice to start adoring them with! The whole story was nowhere near pretty - which I am not very used to, but I was completely swallowed by the book.
I highly recommend reading this to everyone. ...more
To be honest - it was the first author after 10 reading years when I read all his books in a row, do not switching to anything else.
I recomend to everyone who like secrets, mystery, courage, detectives but in most scary, dynamic, mysterious ways. I can confidently say that Grange is my one of best ...more
A very interesting plot covering a young man (orphaned at a young age) follows the flight pattern of storks from Europe to Central Africa while uncovering some harsh realities. A tad over-the-top at times, but to Granges credit, this psychological thriller is pulled together nicely.
I really enjoyed this book, maybe not as much as "Miserere" but still... I think all his books have "cruelty" effect, but that do not bother me.
P.S. I am huge fan of this writer.
Après une maîtrise de lettres à la Sorbonne (axée sur Gustave Flaubert), il devient rédacteur publicitaire, puis travaille pour une agence de presse. En 1989, à ...more